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orces, he was driven back in his very first attempt to follow up his success. Gen Lee would fall back and fight, and come round and fight, whilst guerillas would swplies. It is, therefore, of the last importance to Grant that he should capture Lee's army, and we may calculate with confidence that nothing less than this has beece for Grant as a great General. His object being the capture of Richmond and Gen. Lee's army, what evidence of generalship was there in permitting Lee to strip him Lee to strip him of seventy five thousand men on his way to Richmond by the Rapidan, when by adopting at once McClellan's movement on the Peninsula he could have saved that immense force and thrown it between Lee and the South? Would not the seventy-five thousand men he has lost by coming on that famous line which he vowed he would stick to if od for Confederate rifles. The Times may make itself easy. We do not think that either Richmond or Gen. Lee's army is ever destined to become the prey of Yankees.
Raymond on Gen. Lee. The "Little Villain" of the New York Times is laboring to achieve a peculiar notoriety by a defamatory attack upon the ancestry and character of Gen. Lee. This is a much more agreeable process to persons of Raymond's calibre than attacking Gen. Lee with baGen. Lee with ball and bayonet. Raymond is evidently of opinion that the pen is mightier than the sword. If Grant can't fight Lee out of Richmond, perhaps RLee out of Richmond, perhaps Raymond can write him out. A prodigious whopper, shot out of the Times's long-range cannon, at the safe distance of New York, is the exact des him the laughing stock of the world. We don't know what measures Gen. Lee proposes to take in vindication of his honor. The specific chargeagainst our beloved Chieftain by Raymond is mendacity. He accuses Gen. Lee of falsehood in his bulletins. If Gen. Lee has one virtue more prGen. Lee has one virtue more predominant than any other, it is truthfulness. But perhaps Raymond, after all, may design to be complimentary. Lying in Yankeedom has been el